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Approved May 16, 2012 - Aviation Advisory Minutes



 Aviation Advisory Committee (AAC)
May 16, 2012
Milton, Florida
The Aviation Advisory Committee met on the above date with the following members present: Mike Harris (District 2), Brian Watkins (District 3), Michael W. Wooley (District 4), Chip Mapoles (District 5), and Randy Roy (NAS Whiting Field). County staff present: County Administrator (Hunter Walker), County Engineer (Roger Blaylock), and Administrative Services Manager (Tammy Simmons).
Mapoles called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. The minutes of the March 21, 2012, and April 18, 2012 meetings were approved unanimously.
Master Plan Update/Review/Input
Peter Prince Field (2R4) Airport Master Plan Update
Aviation Advisory Committee Presentation – Santa Rosa County – May 16, 2012
Presented by Hatch Mott MacDonald - David Skipper and Jonathan Ignacio
§Master Plan Update Overview
o   Today’s Objectives
§ To request AAC to share its interests and identify specific issues
§ To generate input
o   What is an Airport Master Plan?
§ It is a 20 year development plan for the future use
§ It shows the airport and various facilities as of today
·         Air space requirements
·         Different offsets
·         Airport Layout Plan
§ Airport Layout Plan includes concept plans for what you will see in the future
§ Provides recommendations
·         A road map for the future
·         How funds can spent
·         How FAA can program dollars for the airport
o   Master Plan Update
§ Why do we have one?
·         Required by FDOT/FAA to fund projects
·         Forecast and identify your future development for the next twenty (20) years
·         Long term plan for economic growth
·         Required every ten (10) years
·         Bottom Line – It’s a development framework for future facilities
o   Projects must be part of the Airport Master Plan
o   Local funds are important to be able to access FDOT and FAA funding
§ FAA typically funds 90% of projects
§ FDOT typically funds 5% of projects
o   FDOT funds can be reallocated to priorities within the same year
§ The Update Process includes:
·         Data Collection & Facilities Inventory - complete
·         Demand Forecast Analysis – complete and presented to this Committee April 2012 and have now sent to FAA, FAA currently has this information in the review process.
·         Facilities Requirement Analysis – half way through this process to see what facilities may be required in the future to meet the demand forecast
·         Review of Air Space – next step
·         Update of Airport Layout Plan – show any future improvements in the air space
·         Capital Improvement Cost estimates – a list of projects, priorities and cost
§ Goals and Objectives
·         Identify & Establish Best Land Utilization
o   Around the runway
o   The large tract of property to the North
§ Airport use
§ Non-airport use
·         Economic sustainability – don’t want to build too much, too soon
·         Assist Development of Second FBO – additional t-hangar on the east side of the runway will assist the development of the east side
·         Development T-hangars on East Taxiway
·         Evaluate use of remaining property in Master Plan
§ AMP Process – A Collaborative Approach

Aviation Advisory Committee




Aviation Forecasts Demand/Capacity Analysis




Facility Requirements



The Airport Master Plan Update Process




Alternatives Analysis




Airport Layout Plan




ALP to FAA for Review



FAA Approval